300 short stories:: story 178

story: “Nashua” author: Sara Majka year: 2016 where: on the golden sofa note: the kind of story that makes you want to write stories a line: “I cried some nights as I wanted a child back then and I was almost past the point of being able to have one.”

300 short stories:: story 176

story: “Saint Andrew's Hotel” author: Sara Majka year: 2016 where: Greece note: from Cities I’ve Never Lived In a line: “Peter stayed in the hospital until he was twenty-one; nobody could find his parents, and the hospital had put him to use in the kitchen.”

300 short stories:: story 175

story: “Minitures” author: Sara Majka year: 2016 where: Flight to Athens note: from Cities I’ve Never Lived In a line: “One day I reached out and touched the man I was tutoring. It didn't surprise him, but it surprised me.”

300 short stories:: story 174

story: “Reverón's Dolls" author: Sara Majka year: 2016 where: Flight to Athens note: from Cities I've Never Lived In a line: “Maybe ten or eleven years ago, when I was in the middle of a divorce from a man I still loved, I took the train into the city.”